Category Archives: Hahn School of Nursing

MEPNs Help Build A Flu-Free Community

It has been a busy couple of weeks for first year MEPN students. Having recently learned, in the lab, how to administer intramuscular injections students had an opportunity to practice their new skills by administering Flu shots to USD students, … Continue reading

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Monarch placement adds depth to MEPN experience

written by guest writers and 2nd year MEPNs- Dena Bisgaier, Augustus Leveque-Eichhorn, Jacquelyn Gaynor, Kelly Huerta, Arielle Sima , Mariah Winters, and Samantha Joy Zamora  During the summer and fall semesters of the second year in the MEPN program, USD … Continue reading

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MEPNs continue work in La Morita, Mexico

This post is written by guest writer and MEPN student, Jessica Erickson This past weekend, twelve MEPN students escaped the stress of their summer semester and jumped at the opportunity to teach at an educational health fair in La Morita, … Continue reading

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Congratulations to MEPN Class or 2019

Dear MEPN grads, Just a short note to say congratulations on a job well done.  Best of luck to you as you are studying for the NCLEX, participating in job interviews, and starting your new grad positions.  All of us, … Continue reading

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GNSA welcomes 2019-2020 newly elected officers

Congratulations to the newly elected GNSA officers for 2019-2020 school year. Kudos to all of you for taking on leadership roles in the School of Nursing. Can’t wait to see what you have planned for the year to come.

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Did you know, curiosity can be a HIPAA violation?

Dozens of employees at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, Illinois, were reportedly fired last week, accused of violating the HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) by accessing the electronic health record (EHR) of former “Empire” actor Jussie … Continue reading

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South Korean nursing students visit USD

This post is written by 2nd year MEPN, and guest writer, Natalie Marsh Two weeks after returning from our incredible trip to South Korea, MEPN students were excited to welcome our South Korean Buddies from Chung-Ang University, Seoul to the University … Continue reading

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Final memories from South Korea

This post is written by guest writer and 2nd year MEPN, Lihini KeenawinnaImmersion group with faculty post visit to the OJO Skin Rehabili CenterClinical Lab and AcademyWe started the day visiting the Oh-Jung-Ok Skin Rehabili Center Clinical Lab and Academy. … Continue reading

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Tijuana Immersion Trip

This post is written by guest writer, and 1st year MEPN, Kelly Huerta  A group of us recently had the opportunity to participate in a Mexico immersion trip where we had countless opportunities to connect and share with the La … Continue reading

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Update from South Korea

This post is written by guest writer and 2nd year MPEN, Graham Wolfe We had an opportunity to visit Dongukk University Ilsan Hospital which offered a unique collaboration of traditional Korean medicine and western medicine. At Ilsan Hospital we saw … Continue reading

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